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California Today: California Today: A White House Run From L.A.? Best to Start Early.

California Today: California Today: A White House Run From L.A.? Best to Start Early.

Mayor Eric M. Garcetti of Los Angeles is considering making a bid for the White House.
Saad Hariri Steps Back From Resignation in Lebanon

Saad Hariri Steps Back From Resignation in Lebanon

Saad Hariri attended a military parade in Beirut, Lebanon, on Wednesday to celebrate the country’s Independence Day.
Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Silver-Maned Baritone From Siberia, Dies at 55

Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Silver-Maned Baritone From Siberia, Dies at 55

Dmitri Hvorostovsky at Avery Fisher Hall in New York for a “From Russia With Love” concert in 2006.
Trump, in Twitter Rant, Revisits Grievances Against Sports Figures

Trump, in Twitter Rant, Revisits Grievances Against Sports Figures

President Trump on the South Lawn of the White House on Tuesday, before heading to Florida.
Mladic Conviction Closes Dark Chapter in Europe, but New Era of Uncertainty Looms

Mladic Conviction Closes Dark Chapter in Europe, but New Era of Uncertainty Looms

Many in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, watching a live broadcast of the trial cheered when the verdict was announced on Wednesday.
The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: Robert Mugabe’s Rise and Fall

The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: Robert Mugabe’s Rise and Fall

Lawmakers in Zimbabwe erupted into cheers on Tuesday when President Robert Mugabe’s resignation was announced.
Op-Ed Columnist: Angela Merkel’s Failure May Be Just What Europe Needs

Op-Ed Columnist: Angela Merkel’s Failure May Be Just What Europe Needs

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany at the opening of a session at the Bundestag in Berlin on Tuesday.
Op-Ed Contributors: Censoring Climate Change

Op-Ed Contributors: Censoring Climate Change

Scott Pruitt during an interview in his office at the Environmental Protection Agency in October.
Net Neutrality, Pixar, David Cassidy: Your Wednesday Briefing

Net Neutrality, Pixar, David Cassidy: Your Wednesday Briefing

Celebrations outside Parliament in Harare, Zimbabwe, on Tuesday after an announcement that President Robert Mugabe had resigned. Mr. Mugabe, 93, was one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Says Charlie Rose Should ‘Put on His Pants and Leave’

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Says Charlie Rose Should ‘Put on His Pants and Leave’

Jimmy Fallon joined a chorus of late-night comics taking shots at Charlie Rose on Tuesday.
One Game to Remember. Just One.

One Game to Remember. Just One.

Alex Silvestro played one N.F.L. game, for the New England Patriots in 2011. After his career was over, Silvestro said, he could not watch N.F.L. games for about a year.

Step Inside Bolivia’s Psychedelic Dream Homes

Bolivian architect Freddy Mamani is gaining fame for his elaborate, electric style of architecture that he sees as part of a movement embracing local culture and traditions.
The Day the Pastor Was Away and Evil Came Barging Into His Church

The Day the Pastor Was Away and Evil Came Barging Into His Church

Frank Pomeroy and his wife, Sherri, at a memorial service for the victims of the mass shooting at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Tex.
Skin Deep: His Eye Makeup Is Way Better Than Yours

Skin Deep: His Eye Makeup Is Way Better Than Yours

Jack Bennett (@makeuupbyjack) has more than 300,000 followers. He’s 10.
Feature: The Voices in Blue America’s Head

Feature: The Voices in Blue America’s Head

From left: Tommy Vietor, Jon Lovett and Jon Favreau backstage before a “Pod Tours America” event in November.
Navy Aircraft With 11 Aboard Crashes Into Waters Off Japan

Navy Aircraft With 11 Aboard Crashes Into Waters Off Japan

The aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan during recent exercises in the Philippine Sea. A U.S. Navy aircraft was on its way to the carrier when it crashed off Okinawa on Wednesday, the Seventh Fleet said.